The gig economy was supposed to be the apotheosis of that shift.
Today, the Conquistadors are remembered as a kind of apotheosis of human greed.
But in many eyes Davos is the apotheosis of global capitalism, which is on the back foot.
She also served up dollops of self-help, offering her own apotheosis as an inspirational parable for her fans.
Period romance that became a banner for lesbian representation on film, and the apotheosis of the “female gaze”.
The headline read: “Silent Knight, Holy Knight …” Holy perhaps; silent never, Boycott has finally achieved his apotheosis.
Genteel farmland, then a byword for urban blight, and now the apotheosis of hipsterdom and gentrification—Brooklyn has seen it all.
…American resistance led to the Black Hills War, a clash that reached its apotheosis in the Battle of Little Bighorn (June 25, 1876).
The Seventh Symphony opens the programme and its rhythmic lilt and internal energy led to its being dubbed 'the apotheosis of the dance'
The Romans, up to the end of the republic, had accepted only one official apotheosis, the god Quirinus having been identified with Romulus.
Its apotheosis was Donald Trump, who in 1999 used King’s show to announce his first, short-lived, exploration of the possibility of becoming a presidential candidate.
It is the apotheosis of Uefa’s pledge to send a smaller country to the tournament via the Nations League and, in that context, there is no doubting Georgia’s credentials.
The world is finally waking up to the fact that Lebanon has become the real apotheosis of Churchill’s “blood, toil, tears and sweat” state - at least at a leadership level.
It’s the apotheosis of boomerhood: our fate lies now in the hands of a generation of spoilt man childs (and women too) - their every whim indulged, every demand pandered to.
The belated removal of Donald Trump from platforms like Twitter is not the apotheosis of "safe space" culture, nor does it mean liberals and leftists have to put their faith in the Big Tech giants.
David Lynch’s glamorous nightmare of Los Angeles is dense with mystery, terror and uncanny sexiness—themes that had long been a constant of the auteur’s work, but which here reached their lurid apotheosis.
Despite its advantages, both in terms of economic growth and problem solving, 21st-century free-market liberal democracy has not enjoyed quite the apotheosis that some expected at the beginning of the 1990s.
In some ways Genly Ai plays Horatio to Therem Estraven’s Hamlet, but Shakespeare’s Hamlet dies upward in an apotheosis, whereas Therem descends to icy darkness, crying out the name of his long-dead brother as though Genly has fused with Arek.
Where McDaniel as Mammy, Scarlett O'Hara's lovable, sassy servant in Gone With the Wind (1939) was the apotheosis of the black maid, Moore's Oscar-nominated portrayal of Annie Johnson, housekeeper to the glamorous Broadway star Lora Meredith (Lana Turner) in Douglas Sirk's Imitation of Life (1959), was the most substantial, progressive and sympathetic version.
On the world’s short list of truly bad ideas: flying cars, which are apparently now under development at twenty different companies, and which, as Kevin DeGood, of the Center for American Progress, says, would “represent the technological apotheosis of sprawl and an attempt to eradicate distance as a fact of life for elites who are wealthy enough to routinely let slip the bonds of gravity.”
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On the worlds short list of truly bad ideas flying cars which are apparently now under development at twenty different companies and which as Kevin DeGood of the Center for American Progress says would represent the technological apotheosis of sprawl and an attempt to eradicate distance as a fact of life for elites who are wealthy enough to routinely let slip the bonds of gravity